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New Rockford-Sheyenne School Board rejects call to fire superintendent after hotel room controversy The vote to dismiss Louters for chaperoning the boys without the permission of all of their families failed by a 2-4 margin Tuesday, May 29, said School Board President John McKnight. McKnight, who was the sole investigator in the case, resigned following the vote to retain Louters, who�s a finalist for a seat on North Dakota�s Board of Higher Education. �I resigned at that meeting,� McKnight said. �I do not agree� with the board�s action. �They did not once take into account the family of the child that was affected,� said McKnight, who said he believes it�s important to make sure that room chaperones are the same sex as the children for whom they have responsibility. �It�s not a false accusation. She did admit that it did happen. I don�t want to be involved with an organization like that,� McKnight said. �To me, there is a moral and ethical and personal standard that males should be with males and females should be with females.� Voting to dismiss Louters were board Vice President Todd Duchscherer and board member Roger Duda. Members Alyson Myhre, Eric Myhre, Mary Kay Price and John Grann voted against the motion. McKnight recused himself from the vote. Duchscherer has taken over leadership of the board, McKnight said. In an email, Louters said she didn�t violate any policies and no sanctions were taken against her. She said the vote reflected the board�s agreement with her stance. �I have received very positive feedback and support from the community. I was overwhelmed by the support of the approximately 50 citizens attending and supporting me. It was the largest number of people ever in attendance at a board meeting,� Louters wrote. McKnight said he began investigating the incident after complaints were forwarded to him following the North Dakota National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament in Minot on March 23-24. McKnight said Louters �stayed in a room with her son and three other fifth-grade males� on March 23. McKnight said he elected to keep all aspects of the investigation from the school board under wraps before presenting his findings, so the board�s decision-making process would not be tainted. He said he also told Louters several times not to talk about the incident. However, he said Louters held a meeting with school staff a week before graduation, informing them of what had occurred and telling them she could be fired. �That�s when the teachers started a campaign to sway the board to try and not let her go,� McKnight said. �I think she intentionally tainted the board by creating this effort to come forward and support her.� McKnight said he�s not losing any sleep over his decision to step down. �I had the best night�s sleep. I�ve been working on this since April 4. Trying to keep it quiet, I played by the rules and I lost,� he said. Louters has been superintendent of New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School District since 2012. The district is in Eddy County, about 160 miles northwest of Fargo. Louters previously served as principal of Faribault Middle School for eight years, and resigned in August 2007, according to reports in the Faribault Daily News. Her resignation was accepted by the Faribault School Board in September 2007 at a special meeting. A separation agreement hammered out between attorneys for Louters and the school district said Louters had decided to return to graduate school and opted to resign immediately. The agreement also called for the Faribault School District to pay her a lump sum of $40,000 within 30 days.
Vote 4 the Best Pets: Common Scents Canine Resort wins in two categories! Common Scents Canine Resort, located in Ortonville, has won first place in not only the pet boarding category, but also the training category! Common Scents is owned by Sue Osterland and Rich Cannon. Sue has a vast knowledge of dogs that comes from spending time with them throughout her whole life, as well as previously owning a grooming shop. She has also raised and shown award-winning cocker spaniels. Common Scents is a triple threat pet facility that has boarding, grooming, and training; servicing dogs and cats. They provide security for their clients by keeping cats and dogs in separate kennel facilities that contain safety smoke and fire protection systems, and provide 24-hour supervision. Their facility is laid out over 13 acres and gives each dog their own private indoor/outdoor kennel of over 16 feet each. Sue says what makes Common Scents stand out is that they treat each dog as an individual and make sure that the dogs get one-on-one playtime with a member of the staff. Their training director of 15 years, Michelle O'Neil, uses positive reinforcement in their training center. They do not believe in harsh methods of training, and strive to teach owners to train their dogs and have fun while doing it. Common Scents offers a variety of training programs, including: puppy head start, obedience classes, private lessons, agility, trick classes, and more. Common Scents says, "We believe the key to a good program is understanding, patience, practice, and communication." Sue was very proud to hear that the community has voted her facility as the best pet boarding and training facility in the metro Detroit area. "We are absolutely honored that everyone is so supportive of us." Congratulations to Common Scents and all other winners in Vote 4 the Best Pets! You can see the results below!
2018 Stella Awards: Vote Now for the Best Hotel/Resort by Josh Lieberman & Alison Golub | May 21, 2018 It's time for meeting professionals to have their say and vote for the top suppliers in the industry! The 2nd Annual Stella Awards, presented by Northstar Meetings Group's Meetings & Conventions and Successful Meetings, recognizes organizations worldwide that consistently deliver quality service and innovation to the meetings industry. View last year's winners here. Public voting is open until June 29, 2018, and each week we will be highlighting a different category, starting this week with the Best Hotel/Resort. Each vote gives you the chance to win one of 15 Amazon gift cards! Best Hotel/Resort To be considered among the world's best meetings properties, hotels and resorts must showcase an unwavering commitment to quality in every facet of the event experience. Truly outstanding properties exceed planners' expectations with superlative amenities, d�cor, F&B, meeting spaces and a phenomenal staff who go above and beyond. Vote now for the Best/Hotel Resort 2018 in each of the following regions: Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, Far West, International & U.S. Territories.
New Rockford-Sheyenne School Board rejects call to fire superintendent after hotel room controversy The vote to dismiss Louters for chaperoning the boys without the permission of all of their families failed by a 2-4 margin Tuesday, May 29, said School Board President John McKnight. McKnight, who was the sole investigator in the case, resigned following the vote to retain Louters, who�s a finalist for a seat on North Dakota�s Board of Higher Education. �I resigned at that meeting,� McKnight said. �I do not agree� with the board�s action. �They did not once take into account the family of the child that was affected,� said McKnight, who said he believes it�s important to make sure that room chaperones are the same sex as the children for whom they have responsibility. �It�s not a false accusation. She did admit that it did happen. I don�t want to be involved with an organization like that,� McKnight said. �To me, there is a moral and ethical and personal standard that males should be with males and females should be with females.� Voting to dismiss Louters were board Vice President Todd Duchscherer and board member Roger Duda. Members Alyson Myhre, Eric Myhre, Mary Kay Price and John Grann voted against the motion. McKnight recused himself from the vote. Duchscherer has taken over leadership of the board, McKnight said. In an email, Louters said she didn�t violate any policies and no sanctions were taken against her. She said the vote reflected the board�s agreement with her stance. �I have received very positive feedback and support from the community. I was overwhelmed by the support of the approximately 50 citizens attending and supporting me. It was the largest number of people ever in attendance at a board meeting,� Louters wrote. McKnight said he began investigating the incident after complaints were forwarded to him following the North Dakota National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament in Minot on March 23-24. McKnight said Louters �stayed in a room with her son and three other fifth-grade males� on March 23. McKnight said he elected to keep all aspects of the investigation from the school board under wraps before presenting his findings, so the board�s decision-making process would not be tainted. He said he also told Louters several times not to talk about the incident. However, he said Louters held a meeting with school staff a week before graduation, informing them of what had occurred and telling them she could be fired. �That�s when the teachers started a campaign to sway the board to try and not let her go,� McKnight said. �I think she intentionally tainted the board by creating this effort to come forward and support her.� McKnight said he�s not losing any sleep over his decision to step down. �I had the best night�s sleep. I�ve been working on this since April 4. Trying to keep it quiet, I played by the rules and I lost,� he said. Louters has been superintendent of New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School District since 2012. The district is in Eddy County, about 160 miles northwest of Fargo. Louters previously served as principal of Faribault Middle School for eight years, and resigned in August 2007, according to reports in the Faribault Daily News. Her resignation was accepted by the Faribault School Board in September 2007 at a special meeting. A separation agreement hammered out between attorneys for Louters and the school district said Louters had decided to return to graduate school and opted to resign immediately. The agreement also called for the Faribault School District to pay her a lump sum of $40,000 within 30 days.
New England�s best beach town? Globe readers pick Narragansett, R.I. It�s not just the beach. When it�s time for summer vacation in New England, you also seek out a shack that serves golden fried clams (extra tartar sauce, please) and perfect lobster rolls. You require a family-owned ice cream stand with butter brickle so memorable that it attracts patrons the way floodlights attract moths to miniature golf courses. A town center with a few shops is necessary to stave off boredom and to keep small children from murdering each other on rainy days. You need more than a beach for vacation. You need a town. So we turned to you, dear reader, and asked �What is your favorite New England beach town?� The answers were as numerous as the aforementioned clam shacks, but one little town rose to the top: Narragansett, R.I. was named best beach town in New England by Boston Globe readers. We were just as surprised as you when we tallied up the results. If you don�t agree with the winner, don�t direct your venom toward us, it was your vote. There were several towns on Cape Cod that scored high on our survey, including Dennis, which missed the top spot by a whisker (better luck next year). Ogunquit, Maine, and Provincetown were also favorites. But this year Narragansett gets the sash and tiara. The town of 16,000, which swells to 32,000 during peak season, was cited by readers not only for its prime beaches, but also its character, activities, and, of course, Aunt Carrie�s clam cakes. This town is so unique that it has a pair of 19th century towers spanning the main road downtown. �It has a small-town feel, friendly locals, iconic towers, all sorts of restaurants, good waves for surfing, beautiful sunsets and even more gorgeous sunrises,� wrote voter and Narragansett enthusiast Charlie Ashworth. �Best waves, warm water, great family atmosphere,� wrote another voter. Karen Baytch, who lives in Sharon but spends July and August in Narragansett voted for her beach-home-away-from-home, but confessed that �I want to keep Narragansett a secret.� Is Narragansett really the best beach town in New England? There was only one way to find out. It was time to take a trip. Narragansett Town Beach seemed like a logical launch pad. Even on a chilly, foggy Thursday afternoon, the water was filled with surfers. Enthusiasts travel hundreds of miles to surf, or to learn to surf here. According to the website Surf Forecast, water temperatures can reach up to 78 degrees in the summer. By way of comparison, water temperatures at Old Orchard Beach max out at a bone-chilling 68 degrees during August. �It�s so much better here,� surfer Tammy Olivier said as she emerged from the water after an hour. She drove from Long Island to visit her boyfriend and surf, not necessarily in that order. �The waves are steady but not overwhelming. It�s relaxing.� It�s Steve Wright�s job to talk up Narragansett�s beaches, and he does it well. He�s the director of parks and recreation for the town. But I was honestly sold on the mile-long Town Beach before he started his pitch. �Narragansett Town Beach is unique because it�s in the center of town, so it�s in walking distance to the pier and all these great shops,� he said. �It�s popular for surfing. The younger population loves to come here. It�s popular for tourists, and it�s also a resident beach.� The drawback is that the beach can be pricey. Admission is $10 per person (children under 11 are free). Parking is another $10 on weekdays, and $15 on weekends. One local told me that Town Beach is where you go when you want to be seen. The state-run beaches in Narragansett � Salty Brine, Roger Wheeler, and Scarborough � don�t charge by the head so they are more affordable. Lot parking is $12 on weekdays and $14 on weekends. They�re not in the center of the action, but they have top-notch facilities and beautiful sand. Each beach also has a distinct personality. Roger Wheeler is popular with families because it has a calm surf and a playground. The tiny Salty Brine beach is popular with those headed to Block Island and also with families with very young children thanks to placid, warm, and shallow water. Scarborough is the most popular beach in the state and has two pavilions, a boardwalk, an observation tower, plus sitting areas along the boardwalk. There are also picnic tables, concessions, restrooms, and coin-operated hot showers. It�s where you�ll find the majority of tourists. Poke around a bit and there are small beaches where locals go, but because I don�t want Narragansett residents to rough me up, I�m not divulging the names of those beaches here. I wish I could have reported on the buffet of delicious Narragansett beaches and then written about the hours I idled under the sun, but sadly there was no beach weather during my stay. The inclement weather gave me more time to indulge in Narragansett�s other big attraction: Eating. �There�s all these really quirky foods that make Rhode Island unique,� said Kevin Durfee, the third-generation owner of George�s of Galilee restaurant. �I think a draw to South County are these quirky foods like clam cakes. Where else can you get clam cakes?� Durfee has clam cakes on his menu, but he�s moved the focus of his 500-seat restaurant from fried to more refined. You can also find clam cakes at Aunt Carrie�s, a 98-year-old BYOB institution. A clam cake is a deep-fried ball of dense deliciousness. Its closest relative is a fritter, not a crab cake. It�s not a dainty thing, and at Aunt Carrie�s the orders come by the half-dozen or dozen. Other essentials: Rhode Island clam chowder at George�s, and the stuffies (that�s stuffed quahogs) and fresh-out-of-the-fryolator doughboys (generous chunks of fried dough) at Iggy�s Doughboys and Chowder House. Not all food here is fried, or doughy. Readers who responded to the Globe�s favorite beach town poll also called out restaurants such as Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar, Bike Stop Cafe, Spain of Narragansett, Trio, and the Coast Guard House. Some earned raves for the food, others for the view. There are also signs of culinary gentrification as well. You can get a doughnut ice cream sandwich at the Gnarly Donut. Gourmet doughnuts are the unofficial barometer of hip. You could work off your meal by taking tango lessons at the Towers, strolling along the sea wall, learning to surf, or shopping on Boon Street. But isn�t the point of a good beach vacation simply relaxing on the beach? I recommend you obtain your daily exercise by walking from your beach blanket to the concession stand at Scarborough State Beach for some Del�s frozen lemonade. Top five New England Beach towns, as picked by Globe readers 1. Narragansett, R.I. 2. Dennis 3. Provincetown 4. Wellfleet 5. Ogunquit, Maine The breakdown: While Rhode Island made a strong showing, only one Connecticut beach town (Mystic) made an appearance in the survey. Beach towns in Southern Maine such as York, Old Orchard Beach, and Kennebunkport were popular. Votes for South Coast Massachusetts towns were surprisingly low. Cape Cod was the most popular region. Where to eat in Narragansett, as recommended by Globe readers 1. Aunt Carrie�s � For the vintage atmosphere and the clam cakes. 2. Spain of Narragansett � For the sangria and the service. 3. George�s of Galilee � For the fresh seafood, the Rhode Island clam chowder, and the beach bar. 4. Coast Guard House � For the sunset view. 5. Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar � For breakfast, and also for the crazy burgers 6. Champlin�s Seafood Deck � For the fish and chips and the view. 7. Iggy�s Doughboys & Chowder House � For the stuffies and doughboys. 8. Brickley�s Homemade Ice Cream � For the amazing selection of 45 (or more) flavors. 9. Trio � For the Bada Bing pizza. 10. Bike Stop Cafe � For the lobster fritters, the lobster mac and cheese, and the lobster pizza. A view of (from left) the Coast Guard House and the Towers from the sea wall near Town Beach in Narragansett, R.I. � Rhode Island Commerce Corporation A view of (from left) the Coast Guard House and the Towers from the sea wall near Town Beach in Narragansett, R.I. What to do and see in Narragansett, as recommended by Globe readers 1. Go to all four beaches. 2. Learn to surf with lessons from one of the pro shops. 3. Walk the Whale Rock Trail. 4. Check out the Point Judith Light, the lighthouse built in 1816. 5. Take a Block Island day trip on the ferry. 6. Sit or stroll along the sea wall. 7. Visit the South County Museum. 8. Relax at a free Friday night concert at the gazebo or a Wednesday night movie on the beach. 9. Kayak on the Narrow River or fish at the Camp Cronin fishing area. 10. Go to all four beaches again.
New England�s best beach town? Globe readers pick Narragansett, R.I. It�s not just the beach. When it�s time for summer vacation in New England, you also seek out a shack that serves golden fried clams (extra tartar sauce, please) and perfect lobster rolls. You require a family-owned ice cream stand with butter brickle so memorable that it attracts patrons the way floodlights attract moths to miniature golf courses. A town center with a few shops is necessary to stave off boredom and to keep small children from murdering each other on rainy days. You need more than a beach for vacation. You need a town. So we turned to you, dear reader, and asked �What is your favorite New England beach town?� The answers were as numerous as the aforementioned clam shacks, but one little town rose to the top: Narragansett, R.I. was named best beach town in New England by Boston Globe readers. We were just as surprised as you when we tallied up the results. If you don�t agree with the winner, don�t direct your venom toward us, it was your vote. There were several towns on Cape Cod that scored high on our survey, including Dennis, which missed the top spot by a whisker (better luck next year). Ogunquit, Maine, and Provincetown were also favorites. But this year Narragansett gets the sash and tiara. The town of 16,000, which swells to 32,000 during peak season, was cited by readers not only for its prime beaches, but also its character, activities, and, of course, Aunt Carrie�s clam cakes. This town is so unique that it has a pair of 19th century towers spanning the main road downtown. �It has a small-town feel, friendly locals, iconic towers, all sorts of restaurants, good waves for surfing, beautiful sunsets and even more gorgeous sunrises,� wrote voter and Narragansett enthusiast Charlie Ashworth. �Best waves, warm water, great family atmosphere,� wrote another voter. Karen Baytch, who lives in Sharon but spends July and August in Narragansett voted for her beach-home-away-from-home, but confessed that �I want to keep Narragansett a secret.� Is Narragansett really the best beach town in New England? There was only one way to find out. It was time to take a trip. Narragansett Town Beach seemed like a logical launch pad. Even on a chilly, foggy Thursday afternoon, the water was filled with surfers. Enthusiasts travel hundreds of miles to surf, or to learn to surf here. According to the website Surf Forecast, water temperatures can reach up to 78 degrees in the summer. By way of comparison, water temperatures at Old Orchard Beach max out at a bone-chilling 68 degrees during August. �It�s so much better here,� surfer Tammy Olivier said as she emerged from the water after an hour. She drove from Long Island to visit her boyfriend and surf, not necessarily in that order. �The waves are steady but not overwhelming. It�s relaxing.� It�s Steve Wright�s job to talk up Narragansett�s beaches, and he does it well. He�s the director of parks and recreation for the town. But I was honestly sold on the mile-long Town Beach before he started his pitch. �Narragansett Town Beach is unique because it�s in the center of town, so it�s in walking distance to the pier and all these great shops,� he said. �It�s popular for surfing. The younger population loves to come here. It�s popular for tourists, and it�s also a resident beach.� The drawback is that the beach can be pricey. Admission is $10 per person (children under 11 are free). Parking is another $10 on weekdays, and $15 on weekends. One local told me that Town Beach is where you go when you want to be seen. The state-run beaches in Narragansett � Salty Brine, Roger Wheeler, and Scarborough � don�t charge by the head so they are more affordable. Lot parking is $12 on weekdays and $14 on weekends. They�re not in the center of the action, but they have top-notch facilities and beautiful sand. Each beach also has a distinct personality. Roger Wheeler is popular with families because it has a calm surf and a playground. The tiny Salty Brine beach is popular with those headed to Block Island and also with families with very young children thanks to placid, warm, and shallow water. Scarborough is the most popular beach in the state and has two pavilions, a boardwalk, an observation tower, plus sitting areas along the boardwalk. There are also picnic tables, concessions, restrooms, and coin-operated hot showers. It�s where you�ll find the majority of tourists. Poke around a bit and there are small beaches where locals go, but because I don�t want Narragansett residents to rough me up, I�m not divulging the names of those beaches here. I wish I could have reported on the buffet of delicious Narragansett beaches and then written about the hours I idled under the sun, but sadly there was no beach weather during my stay. The inclement weather gave me more time to indulge in Narragansett�s other big attraction: Eating. �There�s all these really quirky foods that make Rhode Island unique,� said Kevin Durfee, the third-generation owner of George�s of Galilee restaurant. �I think a draw to South County are these quirky foods like clam cakes. Where else can you get clam cakes?� Durfee has clam cakes on his menu, but he�s moved the focus of his 500-seat restaurant from fried to more refined. You can also find clam cakes at Aunt Carrie�s, a 98-year-old BYOB institution. A clam cake is a deep-fried ball of dense deliciousness. Its closest relative is a fritter, not a crab cake. It�s not a dainty thing, and at Aunt Carrie�s the orders come by the half-dozen or dozen. Other essentials: Rhode Island clam chowder at George�s, and the stuffies (that�s stuffed quahogs) and fresh-out-of-the-fryolator doughboys (generous chunks of fried dough) at Iggy�s Doughboys and Chowder House. Not all food here is fried, or doughy. Readers who responded to the Globe�s favorite beach town poll also called out restaurants such as Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar, Bike Stop Cafe, Spain of Narragansett, Trio, and the Coast Guard House. Some earned raves for the food, others for the view. There are also signs of culinary gentrification as well. You can get a doughnut ice cream sandwich at the Gnarly Donut. Gourmet doughnuts are the unofficial barometer of hip. You could work off your meal by taking tango lessons at the Towers, strolling along the sea wall, learning to surf, or shopping on Boon Street. But isn�t the point of a good beach vacation simply relaxing on the beach? I recommend you obtain your daily exercise by walking from your beach blanket to the concession stand at Scarborough State Beach for some Del�s frozen lemonade. Top five New England Beach towns, as picked by Globe readers 1. Narragansett, R.I. 2. Dennis 3. Provincetown 4. Wellfleet 5. Ogunquit, Maine The breakdown: While Rhode Island made a strong showing, only one Connecticut beach town (Mystic) made an appearance in the survey. Beach towns in Southern Maine such as York, Old Orchard Beach, and Kennebunkport were popular. Votes for South Coast Massachusetts towns were surprisingly low. Cape Cod was the most popular region. Where to eat in Narragansett, as recommended by Globe readers 1. Aunt Carrie�s � For the vintage atmosphere and the clam cakes. 2. Spain of Narragansett � For the sangria and the service. 3. George�s of Galilee � For the fresh seafood, the Rhode Island clam chowder, and the beach bar. 4. Coast Guard House � For the sunset view. 5. Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar � For breakfast, and also for the crazy burgers 6. Champlin�s Seafood Deck � For the fish and chips and the view. 7. Iggy�s Doughboys & Chowder House � For the stuffies and doughboys. 8. Brickley�s Homemade Ice Cream � For the amazing selection of 45 (or more) flavors. 9. Trio � For the Bada Bing pizza. 10. Bike Stop Cafe � For the lobster fritters, the lobster mac and cheese, and the lobster pizza. A view of (from left) the Coast Guard House and the Towers from the sea wall near Town Beach in Narragansett, R.I. � Rhode Island Commerce Corporation A view of (from left) the Coast Guard House and the Towers from the sea wall near Town Beach in Narragansett, R.I. What to do and see in Narragansett, as recommended by Globe readers 1. Go to all four beaches. 2. Learn to surf with lessons from one of the pro shops. 3. Walk the Whale Rock Trail. 4. Check out the Point Judith Light, the lighthouse built in 1816. 5. Take a Block Island day trip on the ferry. 6. Sit or stroll along the sea wall. 7. Visit the South County Museum. 8. Relax at a free Friday night concert at the gazebo or a Wednesday night movie on the beach. 9. Kayak on the Narrow River or fish at the Camp Cronin fishing area. 10. Go to all four beaches again.